There's a place in the middle of the United States often referred to as "flyover country." A derisive way to categorize places that many feel offer nothing, or are boring, I grew in flyover country and it's one of the most beautiful regions of the country I know.
Reading Willa Cather only solidified my love of the plain(s) states, driving home their importance outside of the obvious. I think this eared grebe, photographed in the Dakotas from inside my floating blind, would agree, too. Though merely a stopover for breeding season, this area provides her with a place to raise her young every year, giving us more to appreciate about this area than meets the eye.
Available in three finished sizes, each photo uses the Silver Halide print process on 163# archival photo paper and arrives inside a museum-grade white mat ready to frame.
5x7 matted size with a 3.5" x 5.5" print
8 x 10 matted size with a 5.5" x 7.5" print
11 x 14 matted size with a 7.5" and 9.5" print